The Renault Zoe's specifications have been confirmed, with the all-electric supermini to be offered in three trims.
The Zoe will come in Expression, Dynamique Zen and Dynamique Intens versions, with the entry-level car starting at £13,650 after the Government's electric car grant.
Expression trim comes with a decent level of equipment, including climate and cruise controls, remote heating control, Bluetooth, USB connectivity, LED daylight running lights, a battery monitor and 15-inch wheels.
Dynamique Zen and Dynamique Intens both cost £14,750 (including the Government grant) and add automatic lights and wipers, four electric windows, keyless entry and start, a leather-trimmed steering wheel and 16-inch wheels.
The Dynamique Intens also adds a rear parking camera, while the Dynamique Zen comes with a Teflon-covered interior and a fragrance diffuser, which releases 'stimulating' or 'relaxing' scents.
Alloy wheels, remote battery charging, sat-nav and metallic paint are all available as options.
Renault is raising the prices of several of its models on April 5 and the Zoe is set to go up to £13,995 for Expression trim and £15,195 for the two Dynamique models.
On top of the purchase price, Zoe owners will have to lease the battery from Renault, which will cost from £70 a month. However, Zoe buyers will get a free wall-mounted charger installed at their home.
The Zoe is available to order now, with deliveries starting on June 7.
By Tom Webster
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